Celebrate Pride Month with these stories from LGBTQIA+ people finding peace and acceptance with themselves, their families, and the people they love — and sometimes, making history in the process.
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Cheraton Love, who identifies as liberal, and her father-in-law, Jim White, who identifies as conservative, talk about how they manage to not let their differences pull their family apart.
The Science behind One Small Step
The “contact hypothesis” is a straightforward but powerful idea. It says this: People who come from different social and cultural groups can learn to like and accept one another through repeated interactions, such as through conversations. Contact can reduce prejudice and promote peace.
The Way Out of Toxic Polarization
In an environment like we’re currently in, change can be difficult. But, it’s possible when you take small steps.
One Small Step: About the Initiative
One Small Step is an effort to connect people so they can remember that people with whom they disagree are human beings. In doing this, we can begin to mend the fraying fabric of our nation — one conversation at a time.